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MAXIMUS awarded North East Yorkshire and Humber W...
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced that the contract for its flagship Work Programme in North East Yorkshire and the Humber has been awarded to MAXIMUS,...
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Music world mourns Australian ska pioneer and Isl...
Well engineered: Owen Gray (left), Graeme Goodall (middle), Clement '?Coxsone' Dodd (right) at Federal Studios, circa 1961. Graeme Goodall, the Melbourne sound engineer who pioneered the Jamaican...
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Marley Must Be Turning in His Grave
Bob Nesta Marley died on May 11 1981, a year after Zimbabwe celebrated its independence. He is one man who tried hard to change the world through his beliefs, values and musical teachings of peace,...
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Silence falls on London's recording studios
Historic UK studio used by Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin and Bono is being torn down and turned into luxury flats. Bob Marley and the Wailers arrive at a London recording studio to make some music [Getty...
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Prep Swimming Preview: Area swimmers set for new ...
The prep season opens Monday and area schools waste no time in getting started at the Belmont County Kick-Off Meet, which will be held at Wheeling Jesuit. From now, until February, when the OHSAA...
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Nick Drake: the fragile genius
Not long before his death, Drake went into a recording studio. Such was his condition, his lack of equilibrium, that he was able to record only four songs. Heard now, they have the ethereal quality of...
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When Rolling Stones, Jerry Lee Lewis and other mu...
Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Mick Jagger have all been household names for more than half a century. The passage of time has not dimmed their legendary status since the days when...
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Jamaica: the island that defined James Bond
The golden sands of Jamaica Now, as then, Goldeneye is a wonderful spot, with a quaint sunken garden on the cliff edge (where Fleming would take his breakfast every morning), and 32 steps leading...
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8 things you might not know about Jamaica
... -- Unless you've been stuck in a mine shaft or visiting a distant planet for the past few decades, chances are you've heard of Bob Marley and Usain Bolt and can identify both as the most famous...
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